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Announcement - Pragmatic Mapping for the Humanities, 15 - 16 April, Univ. of Sydney, Australia


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If you want to get a good introduction to understanding spatial data and learning how to create maps quickly and easily, this workshop is for you.

The workshop will cover free and low-cost sources of map data (including digitizing and geo-referencing printed maps), methods for collecting and analyzing location data, and simple methods for creating printed maps and interactive maps on the web. It is an opportunity to develop a new set of skills and should interest anyone who wishes to use geographic
location to interpret data or present information through maps — researchers and teachers, museum curators and exhibition designers, librarians and archivists, web developers and graphic designers etc.

Examples will be drawn from a wide range. If you want to get a good introduction to understanding spatial data and
learning how to create maps quickly and easily, this workshop is for
you.

Examples will be drawn from a wide range — anthropology, archaeology,
art history, digital encyclopaedias, history, linguistics, news media,
religious studies, research networks, theatre, urban and settlement
studies etc.

The workshop is aimed at Humanities scholars, graduate students and
professionals who need an introduction to the collection and use of
location data and the creation of maps.

Workshop dates: 2 day workshop Wed 15 - Thu 16 April 2009

Workshop costs: A$400 full registration or A$200 concession* rates

Clinic date: 1 day data clinic Fri 17 April 2009

Clinic costs: A$200 full registration or A$150 concession* rates

*Discount for 3D full time students and members of the Faculty of Arts.

This workshop is organized by the Digital Innovation Unit for the
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney.  More
information is available in the workshop brochure.

 




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